“Army Wives” season 4 premieres tonight on Lifetime


“Army Wives” is a show that has become a fan favorite and an outright good drama to watch. The show that airs on Lifetime hasn’t gotten all the recognition is deserves, not only from the amazing performances delivered from an all-star cast, but also because of the story line that tackles real stories going on today. “Army Wives” stars Kim Delaney, Catherine Bell, Sally Pressman, Brigid Brannagh, Wendy Davis, Brian McNamara, Sterling K. Brown, Drew Fuller, Terry Serpico, and Katelyn Pippy. The show follows these army wives that are living on an active Army post as their husbands go in and out of the current war in Iraq. The show tackles the struggles these real women face as well as their friendships and how the war affects the entire family.

Catherine Bell recently sat down with People and told them what we can expect from the season 4 premiere episode tonight. She tells them, “Oh my goodness — some intense drama. Very emotional! A lot of things are revealed, which of course I can’t say. We had several big, big cliffhangers last year, so a lot of questions are going to be answered in the first episode, right off the bat. The aftereffects of what’s happened — I cry a lot in the first five episodes! Then things start looking up for Denise — she gets back into the relationship with her husband and her friends and starts enjoying life again. Maybe riding a motorcycle again! We’re a third of the way through shooting this season, so I’ll be filming until I’m eight months pregnant.”

“Army Wives” premieres tonight at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.


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  • April 11, 2010 | Permalink |

    I LOVE this show. The story lines are so amazing, and the cliff hanger from last season has been killing me. Cannot wait to see how they resolve it tonight!

  • April 11, 2010 | Permalink |

    This show is great. The story lines it captures are so true to real life, this show deserves more attention

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